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I am seriously so excited to share this recipe with you! It’s one of my proudest cooking achievements! This recipe came about because I LOVE ramen! Ramen is delicious and so quick and easy to make, BUT conventional ramen is so unhealthy! I knew that ramen had the potential to be very nourishing, while still being a quick and easy meal! So, after a little trial and error, I am so proud to share with you:
My Nourishing and Quick Ramen Recipe!
Serving Size: 2 Cook Time: 15 Minutes Number of Ingredients: 9
4 cups Bone Broth Store bought or homemade
1 package of Organic Ramen Noodles
2 teaspoons Garlic Powder
2 teaspoons Ginger Powder
1/4 cups Soy Sauce or Coconut aminos
1 tablespoon Sesame oil
5 oz of your choice of Steak
2 tablespoon Green onion
1. Fill a pot with water and bring to a boil
2. Add the eggs and let cook for 6 minutes
3. In a separate pan, cook the steak to your liking
4. In a separate pot, add the bone broth and bring to a simmer.
5. Add the ginger, garlic, and soy sauce/coconut aminos
6. Add the noodles and let cook according to the package instructions
7. Slice the steak and green onions on a cutting board
8. Peel the hard-boiled eggs and cut them in half
9. Assemble the ramen. Add the noodles and broth to a bowl, and add the egg, steak, and green onions on top. Drizzle a few teaspoons of sesame oil to finish.
To speed up the process and use fewer dishes, crack the egg directly into the hot broth to cook, and let cook for 3 minutes. This will result in a poached egg instead of a soft-boiled one, but is still delicious!
This has become one of my favorite quick and easy lunches! I typically use homemade bone broth, but I keep a box in my pantry just in case. The bone broth, steak, and eggs make this meal very nutrient-dense, and one that I feel good after eating!
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